Friday, February 22, 2008

Cause-effect Analysis

Another analysis you should consider in Functional Testing is Cause-effect Analysis. This includes:
  • Even when a program operates successfully for individual test inputs, combinations of these inputs may detect program errors.

  • Involves examining the output and analysing to see if combinations of input partitions always cause outputs in the same output partition to be producted.

  • The causes of these effects used as test cases.

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